Fall Lectures with Dr. Craig Bartholomew

Dr. Craig Bartholomew will be delivering the 2019 Fall Lectures this year on the topic of  Old Testament Origins and the Question of God, to be held November 26 and 27. 

Dr. Craig Bartholomew is the Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics in Cambridge, UK. At present he is Senior Research Fellow at the Carl Henry Center, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Chicago. He is the author of multiple books and is working on a multi-volume series of books on Old Testament Origins and the Question of God.

The schedule for Dr. Bartholomew's lectures will be as follows: 

November 26 @ 1:30 pm: 
Listening for God's Address: A Communicative Hermeneutic for the Old Testament

November 27 @ 8:30 am:
A Threefold Cord is Not Easily Broken: The Historical, the Literary and the Theological

November 27 @ 10:30 am:
Myth in the Ancient Near East and the Old Testament: Broken and/or Transcended

These lectures are free of charge and open to the public. For those who wish to attend on campus, please register  here.  For those who are unable to come to campus, click  here to register to live-stream the class via the internet.